The beast justified his reputation; but Cullingworth, although he was no horseman, stuck to him like a limpet.
Nevertheless, he clung to his seat like a limpet, and pulled at his oar with all his might.
In habits the key-hole limpet resembles the limpet, living in one rocky place and making excursions for food.
But it isn't the Judgment-day yet—at least, I hope not—eh, Mr. limpet?'
This little creature is the young of the Semi-transparent limpet, Patella pellucida.
When it had been given, young limpet was about to go, when he remembered something.
Thus haematin is found in the so-called bile of slugs, snails, the limpet and the crayfish.
The officer also went to Grigg and limpet, and received from them the forged cheque.
The limpet has a broad "foot," which almost fills up the opening of its shell.
He had stuck like a limpet for an hour and a quarter, and made twenty-one.